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Down and out: Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat.

FFA Cup: Victory fall to Reds, Heidelberg and South Melbourne through

Victorian State League teams continue their fairytale run, as Heidelberg took the spoils in Sydney and South Melbourne lit up Lakeside to go through to the FFA quarter-finals, while Melbourne Victory stumbled to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of A-League rivals Adelaide.

Barcelona sue Neymar for breach of contract

Neymar joined PSG earlier this month.

Barcelona are suing Neymar for €8.5 million ($12.5 million) for breach of contract as they want him to return the bonus he was paid when he signed a new five-year deal just nine months before joining Paris Saint-Germain.

Rogic, Celtic qualify for Champions League

Scott Sinclair scores against Astana.

Socceroos midfield ace Tom Rogic is set for a third consecutive Champions League campaign despite Celtic losing to Astana 4-3 in the second leg of their tie in Kazakhstan.

Sydney FC unveil new CEO

On board: New Sydney FC CEO Danny Townsend predicts further growth for the club.

Sydney FC have appointed sports businessman Danny Townsend as chief executive of the A-League club.

Ronaldo labels five-match ban 'ridiculous'

Cristiano Ronaldo was not happy with his sending off.

Cristiano Ronaldo has called his five-match ban for pushing a referee "exaggerated and ridiculous" and claims he is being persecuted after failing to have the sanction overturned on appeal.

Guardiola eyes raid for £60m Sanchez

On the move: Alexis Sanchez could be heading to Manchester City

Manchester City will test Arsenal's resolve to keep Alexis Sanchez -before the transfer window shuts with Pep Guardiola still desperate to add the forward to his squad.

Ronaldo hit with five-match ban for ref push

Cristiano Ronaldo was not happy with his sending off.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been banned for five matches for pushing the referee after he was shown a red card against Barcelona in Real Madrid's 3-1 Spanish Super Cup first leg victory on Sunday.

Remembering Les Murray, Australia's face of football for 40 years

"Without Les, football may have still had the success that it did, but it wouldn't have been as colourful or enjoyable. ...

It was 11 years ago on a sultry June afternoon, just after a late Tim Cahill double had conjured up Australia's first-ever World Cup victory from nowhere. In the bowels of Kaiserslautern's Fritz-Walter-Stadion, the visiting media contingent was in frenzied overdrive.